Master of Arts in Education and Human Development in the Field of Curriculum and Instruction with a Concentration in Interdisciplinary Studies of Literacy and Reading Education
The master of arts in education and human development in the field of curriculum and instruction with a concentration in interdisciplinary studies of literacy and reading education degree program prepares teachers, education professionals, and others with diverse experiences for leadership roles in school and out-of-school settings. The program incorporates traditional and novel contemporary aspects of literacy curriculum and instruction and provides pathways to becoming reading specialists and literacy coaches. Study in theories and practices in the arts, humanities, museums and informal learning environments, and digital technologies prepares educators for new teaching and learning opportunities.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 30 credits, including 9 credits in core course, 21 credits in courses in the concentration, successful completion of the master of arts in education and human development comprehensive examination, and completion of the relevant teacher licensure assessments (i.e., PRAXIS) required by the District of Columbia Educator Licensure Services Office.
|Interdisciplinary studies of literacy and reading education concentration|
|CPED 6223||Interdisciplinary Elementary School Literacies|
|CPED 6289||New Literacies Coach and Reading Specialist|
|CPED 6292||Practicum 2: Leadership in Interdisciplinary Literacies|
|CPED 6624||Foundations and Research of Literacy and Reading Education|
|CPED 6626||Practicum 1: Reading Diagnosis, Assessment, and Solutions|
|CPED 6628||Literacies in Informal Learning Environments|
|CPED 6691||Interdisciplinary Adolescent Literacies|
|Successful completion of the master of arts in education and human development comprehensive examination.|
|Completion of the relevant teacher licensure assessments (i.e., PRAXIS) required by the District of Columbia Educator Licensure Services Office|